176 PUBLIC TREATIES. public prisons at the request and cost of those who shall claim them, in order to be detained until the time when they shall be restored to the vessels to which they belonged, or sent back to tlheir own cougntrytby a ssel f the same nation, or any other vesse w atsoever. ut i' not geent bafcklwithin thrfehmlontlzsbimm the day gf] gheirl arrest, they shall be set at iberty, an s no e again erres or ie same cause. However, if the deserter shoulda bedfound] to hlawie commitqed Fmy crime or olfence his surrender maybe elaye unti the tri una e ore which his case éhall be depending shall have prgnounced its sentence, and such sentence shall have been carrie into e ect. Effect of addi- The present additional articles shall have the same force and value as ii¤¤¤¤ #******1*** if they were inserted, word for word, in the convention signed at Washingtou on the twenty-sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred Ratitications. and twenty-six, and being approved and ratihed by the President of the United States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof, and by his Majesty the King of Denmark, the ratilications shall be exchanged at Washington within six months from the date hereof, or sooner if possible. Signatures. In faith whereof we, the undersigned, in virtue of our respective full powers, have signed the present additional articles, and have thereto aflixed our seals. Date. Done in triplicate at the city of Washington on the eleventh day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and · sixty-one. WILLIAM H. SEWARD. sEA1.. W. B. RAASLOFF. SEAL. DENMARK, 1872. July 20, 1872. CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HIS -—— MAJESTY THE KING OF ·DENMARK RELATIVE T0 NATURALIZATION, CONCLUDED AT COPENHAGEN JULY 20, 1872; RATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE JANUARY 13, 1873; RATIFIED BY PRESIDENT JANUARY 22, 1813; BATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED AT COPENHAGEN MARCH 14, mas; PROCLAIMED APRIL 15, 1873. ·¤·°??’“"““`““ "“` t.¥.‘};’.H.§?f€" “tl‘E‘;*g2.’f..’;?t"2i’.€°*‘ §’"" ht? M‘?it°" it? K‘“gf°€t”°€i'“?"3 us Cl izens 1 0 e ci izens o e ni e Swtatssdotégilniaericéagvlhlo have eniiligrated, gr who may emigrate, from the . nr s o erica to the Kingdom of Denmark and of Danish 2`€‘}%i$.“&§12i.°tL"2`£% "}‘2"““"'- °“”}.g’“t°...t,’ **1*;* 3"° K*"g?°é" ‘0 men BVB ‘ t n · u e a convention for that purpose, and havecliiamed as tbbir lgimxptoteii- Negotiators. names, thaf1s to say, the President of the United States of America:. Michael J. Cramer, Minister Resident of the United States of America at Copenhagen; and His Majesty the King of Denmark: Otto Ditlev Baron Rosenorn-Lehn, Commander of Danebrog and Danebrogsmand, Chamberlain, His Majesty’s Minister for Foreign Ahhirs, &c., &c., &c.; Who, after havmgeommunncated to each other their respective full powers, found to_be In good and due form, have agreed upon and concluded the iollowlng articles, to wit: ARTICLE L _qmz¤·¤¤ of the Citizens of the United States of America who have become or shall
dS°*;;°“,;‘§·;; become, and are, naturaliaed, according to law, within the Kinigdom of
,,,,,,.k_ Denmark, as Danish subjects, shall he held by the United States of America to be in all respects and for all purposes Danish subjects, and shall be created as such by the United States of America.